Blues for Lady Day (Paperback)

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Universally regarded as one of the greatest jazz singers of all time, Billie Holiday lived a troubled life fragmented by poverty, jail, heartbreak, and addiction. This hauntingly beautiful graphic novel tells the story of her life, from her first stage appearance in Harlem, to her musical heyday in the 1940s, to her untimely death in 1959. Since her death she has become an icon of m…
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Universally regarded as one of the greatest jazz singers of all time, Billie Holiday lived a troubled life fragmented by poverty, jail, heartbreak, and addiction. This hauntingly beautiful graphic novel tells the story of her life, from her first stage appearance in Harlem, to her musical heyday in the 1940s, to her untimely death in 1959. Since her death she has become an icon of music, style and resistance. Her influence is felt in almost all popular music and her story continues to resonate with musicians of all backgrounds.